COMING TO A WOOD NEAR YOU

Looking for a healthy, fun, outdoor activity to fill the long summer evenings?

Look no further! Our summer orienteering league runs every Tuesday evening from the 8th of May until the end of July. Each week we will be orienteering in a different forest in and around Cork city and county. At each event there will be a Short course and a Long course on offer. The Short courses are perfect for families, juniors and individual beginners at orienteering, and the Long courses will suit anyone already familiar with the orienteering. Start times from 5:30 - 7:00pm.

Beginners and families are more than welcome, and we will have someone on hand at each event to show you the ropes. Why not bring your friends and join in our team league? Start them off by navigating to corko.net/summer !

Details about all the events in the league will appear here, including results, event reports, photos etc.
Please contact us and let us know what you think of the site!

LATEST NEWS

  • Summer League Trivia Quiz Answers Thanks to all those who submitted their answers to the Summer League Trivia Quiz. I can now reveal the joints winners with an impressive score of 19 out of 20 are Sienna and Joe Bosonnet. Question 13, may have caused a little confusion as a map scaling error listed the Currabinny event in the results as being 8.4km but it was in fact only 4.2km. The longest course was actually the Watergrasshill Long course which was >7km! It was a long run just to get to see the new quarry.Summer League Trivia Quiz1.Which summer league destination featured a newly mapped quarry?Watergrasshill2.The 2012 summer league mudfest took place at which wood?Ballyannon Wood ...
    Posted 27 Jul 2012, 14:30 by Elaine Sheridan
  • Summer League Stats & Highlights The 2012 Summer League drew to a close last Tuesday evening in Ballincollig and since then we’ve had a chance to study the results and compile some useless Summer League statistics. So for all those orienteers who not only like navigating while running but are also fans of numbers here are our latest Summer League figures!Over the duration of the league 324 individuals tried the sport of orienteering. Furthermore, many of these attended several events in the league and we recorded an average attendance of 85 competitors per event. 164 individuals under took the Long course on offer with 34% of these entries being female. Meanwhile, 160 different people opted for the Short course which was almost double ...
    Posted 22 Jul 2012, 07:40 by Elaine Sheridan
  • Latest Evening Echo orienteering report applauds Relay Champs The Cork Orienteering Club Summer League Relay Champions - Donal and Pat Murphy make the headlines in John Walshe's orienteering report in Saturday, July 21st issue of the Evening Echo.Thanks to John Walshe for this and all the other great orienteering features in the Evening Echo over the past eleven weeks.If you missed this weeks article in the print edition you can read it below.
    Posted 21 Jul 2012, 13:10 by Elaine Sheridan
  • Evening Echo - Cork Sports World Orienteering Special The Cork Sports World supplement in Friday July 20th edition of the Evening Echo featured a two page special on the sport of orienteering and the Cork Orienteering Club Summer League. There are several great pictures from the Ballyannon Wood event and all the winners get a mention!Thanks to John Walshe for the fantastic feature and the great pictures. This really is tremendous publicity for our sport.If you missed it in the print edition you can read the article below, just click on the pictures or download the pdf files attached. 
    Posted 20 Jul 2012, 16:14 by Elaine Sheridan
  • Summer League #11: Ballincollig Regional Park Relay Results & Prizegiving Ballincollig Regional Park was the venue for the eleventh and sadly final event in the Cork orienteering club 2012 Summer League. Over 60 orienteers turned-up for this final fun event. This area is famed for the Gunpowder Mills which were established here over 200 years ago. This powder would have no doubt caused numerous blasts over the year but thankfully the only explosive action in Ballincollig last night was that of the competitors participating in the Cork Orienteering Club Summer League Relay championship! The format of the event was a 2-person relay team and there was twelve competitive teams on the night with an almost equal number of non-competitive teams. The relay followed a score format and ...
    Posted 21 Jul 2012, 13:12 by Elaine Sheridan
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